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The Canada Wine 150 onslaught continues Saturday at Vintages, plus reviews for Tinhorn Creek, Culmina, Rosehall Run and LG award winners

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By Rick VanSickle

Another hefty dose of Canadiana at Vintages this Saturday as the Canada Wine 150 collection continues to flood the shelves this summer. Continue reading

The winters of discontent: A cruel blow to Ontario wineries

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Beginning Note: This story was first published in Quench wine magazine and was written prior to the devastating frost earlier this spring in most wine regions of Ontario. Continue reading

Rosehall Run’s first 2014 wines, plus reviews for Niagara’s Fielding, Chateau des Charmes and Henry of Pelham

original_rosehall-run-hungry-point-unoaked-chardonnay-2013-207605-bottle-1408834656Rosehall Run winemaker Dan Sullivan calls the 2014 vintage “the best year ever for classically structured, intense and refined Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in my dozen years of winemaking in Prince Edward County.” Continue reading

Ontario’s 2013 grape harvest is in tank and the early reviews are in; it was a wild one!

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The 2013 grape harvest in Ontario, aside from icewine and those really, really late pickers (Stratus comes to mind), is safely in tanks and waiting to be sorted and barreled and whatever else needs to be done to fermented grapes to make great wine. Continue reading

Rare (and old) bottles of wine go under the hammer and why you should cellar your top Ontario wines

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With the Vintages Finest and Rarest Wines Auction coming up this Friday and Saturday in Toronto it is a good time to discuss why we age our wines and what compels so many to spend so much on dusty old bottles of wine. Continue reading

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